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Author: Capeman Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 14  
Subject: Re: Let it ride Date: 3/14/1998 2:02 PM
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I bought it at $10. I expect it to break $30 this year. Reasons:

1. Savanah project finshed this summer.
2. Although it had problems, they learned to build a better mousetrap.
3. Also, they have a great cash flow.
4. A big Washington firm,Carlye, is backing them.
5. The 5 billion Hanford contract will be awarded late summer. Their partner, BNFL, has drop $17 mil into startup before the contract.
6. Companies they bought are doing well, except the one, abestos removal. The charge was incurred couple years ago.
7. They bought a Westinghouse company in Tenneessee which has more than double revenues and earnings this last year alone.
8. There is alot of Nuclear plants to be decommissioned in next two decades in the US only.
9. Competition is there, but they don't have the technology.
10. I've watch them since 1991 with my friend. They have a plan. We watched how they built the company.
a. Hiring of key players to operate
b. Financial backing
c. Strategic companies bought or alliances
d. Competition in industry are folding or bought out.
e. They paid cash, $5 mil, for the Savanah accident and got a better machine.


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